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Anomalous Anatomical Variation In Extrahepatic Biliary Tree And Pancreas And Its Related Vessels: A Cadaveric Study

Mahim Koshariya, Sheikh Behram, Jay Prakash Singour, Shashikant Tiwari, Vidhu Shekhar Khare
Published 2019 · Medicine

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In recent times the trend in surgical procedure is to move toward minimal invasive surgery to reduce morbidity and mortality. If patient is selected carefully, investigated properly and the thorough knowledge of normal anatomy can give surgeon a sense of security and it can help in reducing complications. Gall bladder surgery is commonly performed biliary surgery and laparoscopic cholecystectomy has become the new gold standard for management of gall stone disease. 1 The incidence of biliary tract injury by laparoscopic cholecystectomy has been found to be higher than open cholecystectomy. 2,3 Aberrant anatomical course of extrahepatic biliary system & pancreas is a well-established fact of iatrogenic injuries.
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